INTO THE PEATLANDS: A Journey Through the Moorland Year
Exploring the peatlands of Lewis, Crawford explains how they have come to be and also considers how peat has been used for millennia, principally as a fuel but also as a key element in the whisky-making process. He also reflects on the historical and cultural importance that peat has played, and continues to play in the story of Scotland. Illustrated, some in color.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 2880687
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